Dance Artist, Choreographer
My course encouraged me to think critically and deeply about dance and its role in community settings. Thanks to the fantastic faculty, I left Trinity Laban with the confidence and skills I needed to be a more effective educator, a more creative and thoughtful artist, and a more well-rounded dance professional.Erin McNulty
Erin McNulty graduated in 2016 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Community Dance. During her time at Trinity Laban, she performed work by Will Aitchison, Bethan Peters and Zoi Dimitriou and had her choreography selected for performance in the Bonnie Bird Theatre. Erin also worked as an assistant for the children’s dance programme, and completed a work placement in the Creative Learning Department at Sadler’s Wells. She was awarded the Audrey Wethered Scholarship.
Before studying at Trinity Laban, Erin danced with Kairos Dance Theater in Boston and performed with Paula Josa-Jones and Kelley Donovan & Dancers. She is now a company member of Natalie Johnson Dance and freelancing in Boston. Her own research-driven work has been performed at major arts and dance festivals across New England, and her dance films have received awards and support from the City of Boston, New England Foundation for the Arts, and the Shawna E. Shea Memorial Foundation’s Women in Film Fellowship.
Erin is a Lead Teaching Artist & Instructional Coach with Boston Ballet’s Education & Community Initiatives, bringing accessible dance programming to school and community settings. She is also on dance faculty at Boston University as well as several private studios.
Photo Credit: Christopher Di Nunzio